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Helping Communities Thrive

Applications open for our Jemena Community Grants from 9am Friday 21 June 2024, and close 5pm, Sunday 21 July 2024 AEST. For questions please contact

What’s important to the people who live and work in our local communities is important to us. Through our Jemena Community Grants Program, we’re pleased to support groups, projects and activities helping to build community wellbeing and resilience.  

2024 Community Grants

In 2024, Jemena is delighted to invite applications for grants of up to $15,000 from community groups, not-for-profit organisations, schools and charities, who are focusing on the impact areas listed below. These are aligned to our Group Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Plan and our initiatives which support our customers and other people in the communities where we operate who are experiencing disadvantage. These include:

  • programs providing vital support services for people experiencing disadvantage, (for example, food programs)
  • projects enhancing local community capacity building, including social enterprises
  • programs delivering socially inclusive education, training and/or work opportunities
  • programs encouraging social participation or tackling isolation, especially for at-risk groups
  • projects delivering accessibility improvements for local community members.

How to apply for a Community Grant

Before you apply for a Community Grant please read the Community Grants Guidelines below carefully.
If your organisation and activity meets all criteria and you agree to the Terms and Conditions, complete an application form and submit it to We don’t accept applications by post. 

The application form asks questions about the nature of your project, program or initiative, along with how it aligns with the grants categories and focus areas listed above, and how the funds will be used. A good application will adress each question succinctly and clearly outline how the organisation, program or initiative will address, deliver on and measure social benefits for communities.  

Community Grants Guidelines

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